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Poster: A snowHead
Chris B, I thought John Wayne had the perfect skiing stance.
And the boots give you the John Wayne walk as well. I'm working on the accent. Toofy Grin
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Drinking Milk will help as well Little Angel
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
D G Orf wrote:
Ah but the braces are very effective at protecting your modesty when sliding down backwards on an icy slope after a spectacular fall Shocked Laughing


But I never fall over! Oops - I'm not supposed to say that, am I or I'm bound to crash frequently in spectacular style. Wink

I'll have to keep you all informed on my trouser status when skiing this season; whether my ski-trousers with adjustable waist and no braces manage to stay up or fall down to my ankles when I have a big crash (which I'm sure I will at some point). Shocked

My bet's on my trousers staying up. Laughing

However, thinking about it, I did just that the season b4 last - sliding down backwards on an icy slope after a spectacular fall - when I accidently tripped over a pile of snow and went head down the G.S. run at Whistler (like you do!). At the time I was intending to carry on down the nice gently sloping road that crosses the G.S but lost a ski at the top and started accelerating upside down, down this ice slide of death (as I used to affectionately call it). I had to spin myself round to slow myself down by digging my boot edges in after I realised I was speeding up, rather than slowing down... However, my trousers, I'm pleased to say remained snugly around my waist. NehNeh Laughing
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